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A robotically woven carbon-fibre pavilion based on the lightweight shell encasing the wings and abdomen of a beetle is the second structure revealed this week from the team of architects and engineers at the University of Stuttgart

Wood Magazine 1/2016 by Puu-lehti / Wood Magazine / Holz Magazin / Bois Magazine - issuu

Wood Magazine 1/2016

Image 14 of 25 from gallery of Pauhu Pavilion Constructed for Tampere Architecture Week in Finland. Courtesy of Tampere Architecture Week

Competition Entry: Iran Pavilion (Expo Milan 2015) / New Wave Architecture

Gallery of Competition Entry: Iran Pavilion (Expo Milan 2015) / New Wave Architecture - 6

Image 6 of 18 from gallery of Competition Entry: Iran Pavilion (Expo Milan / New Wave Architecture. Courtesy of New Wave Architecture

Gallery of Germany Pavilion – Milan Expo 2015 / SCHMIDHUBER + Milla & Partner + Nüssli. - 9

Gallery of Germany Pavilion – Milan Expo 2015 / SCHMIDHUBER - 9

From the theme ‘Feeding the Planet, Energy for Life’, the Germany Pavilion for Expo Milano 2015 by SCHMIDHUBER has derived its own theme ‘Fields of Ideas’.

Designed by OSW-Open Source Workshop for the 2014 Milan Design Week, HELIX is a diffuse furniture system that generates a continuous interior space by adapting simultaneously to any vertical and horizontal surface while defining an immersive spatial atmosphere. Its form recalls a natural system that emerges from the structure beneath.

Designed by OSW-Open Source Workshop for the 2014 Milan Design Week. HELIX is a diffuse furniture system that generates a continuous interior space by adapting simultaneously to any vertical and horizontal surface.

Gallery - ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion / University of Stuttgart, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning - 8

Gallery of ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion / University of Stuttgart, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning - 8

Image 9 of 25 from gallery of ICD/ITKE Research Pavilion / University of Stuttgart, Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning. Courtesy of ICD-ITKE

Research Pavilion

University of Stuttgart unveils carbon-fibre pavilion based on beetle shells. ⬆ Selected by Atelier Avec Vue

University of Stuttgart unveils carbon-fibre ICD ITKE Research Pavilion based on beetle shells

University of Stuttgart unveils woven pavilion based on beetle shells

University of Stuttgart unveils carbon-fibre ICD ITKE Research Pavilion based on beetle shells - The result is a double-domed pavilion with web-like walls and ceilings. It covers an area of 50 square metres, but weighs just 593 kilograms.

University of Stuttgart unveils carbon-fibre pavilion based on beetle shells.

University of Stuttgart unveils woven pavilion based on beetle shells

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